3 Episodes of Greatness: Taking a look at the amazing career of Terrell Suggs

After 16 seasons with the Ravens, Suggs will be inducted into the the Ravens Ring of Honor
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Episode 3: End of Career and second ring

Suggs would go on to play through the 2019 season, including 4 more seasons with the Ravens after signing a contract extension from 2014-2018. He missed all but one game in the 2015 season due to another torn Achilles but managed to accumulate 26 sacks, 8 forced fumbles, and 35 tackles for loss from 2016-2018. He received his 7th Pro Bowl selection in 2017 as well.

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Suggs ended his career on top, winning his second career Super Bowl with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2019 after spending the beginning of the season with the Arizona Cardinals.

Epilogue: Where Suggs ranks all-time

Suggs racked up some huge numbers over his career, placing him atop many of the Ravens' single-statistic leaderboards. Suggs has the second most solo tackles in team history, only behind the legendary Ray Lewis. He has by far the most sacks, forced fumbles, tackles for loss, and quarterback hits in team history, and he even comes in at 7th in franchise history with 63 pass deflections. He also has the most sacks in Ravens playoff history with 12.5.

Suggs ranks 8th all-time in sacks with 139 in his career and 7th all-time in forced fumbles. He also has the most tackles for loss since 1999 (the first year the stat was recorded) with 202.

Suggs was simply one of the most dominant and consistent pass rushers throughout his entire career, and he should be a no-brainer for the Pro Football Hall of Fame (when he becomes eligible).

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